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Food lovers rejoice! What is the best way to test your food knowledge? A game of food trivia! This talking points quiz will get all the foodies talking. The goal here is to get your mouth watering with amazing trivia, while learning something new along the way. If you love food and enjoy spending time reading about food and connecting with people who share your passion for food & drinks, then you're going to love our quiz. This quiz consists of 100 questions that will put your gastronomic knowledge to test!
1. Both Appenzeller and Emmental cheeses originate from the same country. Which one is it?
A) Sweden B) Switzerland C) Russia D) Zimbabwe
2. The Italian term ‘al dente’ is used to describe cooked pasta. How is the pasta supposed to be when al dente?
A) Spicy B) Soft C) Garlicky D) Firm
3. If a wine is termed ‘corked’. What does that mean?
A) Improved by its corking B) Tainted by a decaying cork
C) Less than two years old D) More than two years old
4. What is the Jewish bread ‘Bagel’ shaped like?
A) Ring B) Cross C) Square D) Rectangle
5. What is the name of a rather ‘peppery’ red grape used in the production of Côtes du Rhône wine?
A) Cera B) Supra C) Syrah D) Cyrrus
6. In New World wine, this same grape is known as...
A) Shiraz B) Shia C) Seurat D) Shiva
7. What is the name of the savoury Italian, pasty-like snack which can play host to a wide variety of fillings?
A) Bizone B) Ozone C) Prozone D) Calzone
8. Jarlsberg is a nutty, sweet cheese originating from which country?
A) Turkey B) Norway C) Belgium D) Australia
9. Pétillant is a French term for a wine that is slightly…
A) Too sweet B) Too alcoholic C) Sparkling D) Boring
10. What are dishes that are ‘au gratin’ usually served with?
A) Cheese B) Horseradish C) Carrot D) Cabbage
11. Gorgonzola is a moist, blue veined cheese best known for It's...
A) Bland taste B) Strong, pungent aroma C) Use in pizza D) Resistance to heat
12. Which country does Gorgonzola traditionally hail from?
A) Albania B) Italy C) Spain D) Romania
13. Wine from Australia, New Zealand, the Americas and South Africa is known as what?
A) Cold World B) Fast World C) New World D) Slow World
14. Herbs de Provence comprise a mixture of herbs traditionally used in which cuisine?
A) Indian B) Mediterranean C) Polish D) Irish
15. Fusilli pasta captures sauces by being made like little...
A) Twists B) Butterflies C) Heart shapes D) Star shapes
16. Panettone is sweet Italian bread shaped like a rounded pyramid and traditionally served when?
A) The first day of Spring B) Easter C) The first day of Summer D) Christmas
17. What added spice or herb is used to give both flavour and heat to curries?
A) Tarragon B) Mint C) Basil D) Chilli
18. Goulash is a particularly rich and tasty kind of....
A) Stew B) Ice-cream C) Pudding D) Fried fish
19. Which country is goulash normally associated with?
A) Cyprus B) Egypt C) Israel D) Hungary
20. The term ‘goulash’ comes from a phrase meaning...
A) Dancer’s teeth B) Herdsman’s meat C) Singer’s fish D) Walker’s song
21. In French wine classification, ‘cru’ signifies...
A) Sugar content B) Alcohol level C) Growth or crop D) Colour
22. Cru bourgeois means that the wines are...
A) Not classified B) The sweetest C) The lowest standard D) The driest
23. Premier cru signifies that the wines are...
A) The fruitiest taste B) The highest standard C) The lowest alcohol D) Bland
24. Antipasto is an Italian term referring to what?
A) Desserts B) Main meat dishes C) Main fish dishes D) Appetizers
25. Ghee, clarified butter made from cow or buffalo’s milk, is extensively used where?
A) Angola B) Belize C) India D) Chile
26. A croissant is a popular and tasty French...
A) Cupcake B) Biscuit C) Pastry D) Ice cream
27. Creole is a spicy, distinctive cuisine of which region?
A) The West Indies B) Western Russia C) Central Africa D) Southern Asia
28. Gravad lax, a Scandinavian dish, comprises thinly sliced and marinated...
A) Mushrooms B) Raw salmon C) Hard-boiled eggs D) Raw beef
29. Bratwurst is a popular and traditional German...
A) Bread B) Pie C) Sausage D) Pudding
30. What is the name of a very strong Mexican spirit made from the pulp of a plant?
A) Tequila B) Technetium C) Tempera D) Teme
31. The four principal northern wine-making regions of France are Alsace, Loire, Chablis and what else?
A) Burgundy B) Champagne C) Bordeaux D) Côtes du Rhône
32. Quill-shaped pasta, often served with a spicy sauce, is known as...
A) Jenne B) Lenne C) Benne D) Penne
33. A Japanese savoury dish comprising seaweed filled with rice and raw fish is called…
A) Sushi B) Surd C) Suzerain D) Swanndri
34. The French term ‘en croûte’ means a dish cooked...
A) Over a naked flame B) In a clay oven C) In a pastry case D) Over charcoal
35. A purée of vegetables/fruit, thin enough to pour, is known as a...
A) Coop B) Coulis C) Cornice D) Copra
36. A famous cocktail made with four parts tequila to two parts lemon or lime juice is called a...
A) Majenta B) Maidenhead C) Margarita D) Majesty
37. A white stew made of lamb, chicken or veal in a cream sauce is known as a...
A) Blarney B) Blanquette C) Blether D) Blancmange
38. A consommé is a clear, thin soup made from….
A) Fruit juice B) Coconut milk C) Egg whites D) Clarified stock
39. What is the name of a type of unleavened Indian bread that is made from coarse, wholemeal flour?
A) Chomsky B) Cimabue C) Ceres D) Chapati
40. Worldwide, spaghetti is now generally reputed to be...
A) The most popular pasta B) The tastiest pasta
C) The least popular pasta D) The hardest pasta to cook
41. What does En papillote method of cooking and serving food entail?
A) In thick pastry B) In oiled or buttered paper/foil C) Wrapped in leaves D) Covered in salt
42. Hors d’oeuvre, comprising raw vegetables cut into sticks and eaten with dips, are called...
A) Croutons B) Crudités C) Cruxes D) Croziers
43. What is the name of a hard, gold-coloured, popular type of English cheese?
A) Cedar B) Cellar C) Cheddar D) Chipper
44. What is the name of a very adaptable grape variety used in wines from France, Italy, Eastern Europe and the New World?
A) Merlin B) Merlot C) Merino D) Meridien
45. Sencha, Hojicha, Gyokuro and Matcha are popular types of Japanese...
A) Tea B) Coffee C) Milkshake D) Fish snack
46. A Chinese frying pan with a rounded bottom and domed lid is called a...
A) Whorl B) Wok C) Woad D) Wold
47. Risotto is a dish where meat or fish, vegetables, butter and stock combine with what other main ingredient?
A) Rice B) Chickpeas C) Spaghetti D) Breadcrumbs
48. Guacamole is a Mexican dish comprising crushed tomato, seasoning and mashed...
A) Avocado B) Pear C) Leek D) Artichoke
49. In India, various types of cooked, split lentils, beans and other pulses are collectively known as...
A) Dale B) Dal C) Dais D) Dinar
50. Sauerkraut, a German dish, mainly comprises shredded...
A) Beef B) Pork C) Cabbage D) Beetroot
1. B) Switzerland
2. D) Firm
3. B) Tainted by a decaying cork
4. A) Ring
5. C) Syrah
6. A) Shiraz
7. D) Calzone
8. B) Norway
9. C) Sparkling
10. A) Cheese
11. B) Strong, pungent aroma
12. B) Italy
13. C) New World
14. B) Mediterranean
15. A) Twists
16. D) Christmas
17. D) Chilli
18. A) Stew
19. D) Hungary
20.B) Herdsman's meat
21. C) Growth or crop
22. C) The lowest standard
23. B) The highest standard
24. D) Appetizers
25. C) India
26. C) Pastry
27. A) The West Indies
28. B) Raw salmon
29. C) Sausage
30. A) Tequila
31. B) Champagne
32. D) Penne
33. A) Sushi
34. C) In a pastry case
35. B) Coulis
36. C) Margarita
37. B) Blanquette
38. D) Clarified stock
39. D) Chapatti
40. A) The most popular pasta
41. B) In oiled or buttered paper/foil
42. B) Crudités
43. C) Cheddar
44. B) Merlot
45. A) Tea
46. B) Wok
47. A) Rice
48. A) Avocado
49. B) Dal
50. C) Cabbage
Food and drink trivia questions
Kale is a variety of which winter vegetable?
Chinese Gooseberries are better know as what?
What is pumpernickel?
Rioja is produced in which country?
Dish made from pork trimmings and pig's head?
A Harvey Wallbanger contains Vodka, Galliano and?
Which is the first nation in Europe to drink tea?
Demerara sugar is named after a region of?
Eggs fried without cooking the yolks is called?
Zinfandel grapes are cultivated where in the US?
Rum is fermented and distilled from?
A Tandoor is a type of?
Which drink can be 'fino' or 'oloroso'?
What sort of fish is a kipper?
Name of film which forms on side of good old port?
The indentation in the base of wine bottles is called?
What would you buy from a Bodega?
Redcurrant is a traditional accompaniment to what?
Which vegetable is served with eggs Florentine?
Which US state exports the most wine?
Paprika pods are from plants in which botanic family?
How many gallons are there in a firkin?
Who invented Coca Cola in 1886?
From what is hummus made?
What does the Hebrew word ‘kosher’ mean when used in relation to food?
How much beer is in a ‘firkin’?
What do you call a Spanish wine shop or cellar?
What is the French term used to describe food baked in dough or pastry?
What sauce is usually served with beef?
Which vegetable is used to make the Russian soup, Borscht?
What is traditionally eaten on Shrove Tuesday?
What does the word SPAM mean in relation to the tinned meat product?
Which coffee chain is named after a character in Moby Dick?
Where should you store cooked meat in the fridge?
What is Scotland’s national dish?
What is the recommended temperature for a freezer?
From what is Tofu made?
By what other name are courgettes often known?
The extract of which bitter citrus fruit is used to flavour Earl Grey tea?
Said to be made to Bonnie Prince Charlie's secret recipe, what is the name of the sweet golden coloured liqueur made from Scotch whisky, honey, herbs and spices?
What happens when you add water to the Greek drink, Ouzo?
Which type of oranges are traditionally used to make marmalade?
From what country does Sangria originate?
What is the French word for a cake shop?
How many noggins in a pint?
What seafood is known as Norwegian lobster?
What is a Rosti?
How many teaspoons in a tablespoon?
Where does paella originate?
What is the unusual meat in Saucisson d’Arles from Provence?
Which nut do you usually find in pesto?
Which country consumes the most olive oil per person?
Where does the Linzer Torte cake originate?
Which luxury food shop has been in Piccadilly, London since 1707?
Sauerkraut is a German pickle made mainly with which vegetable?
Pastéis de Nata are custard tarts from which country?
What kind of oranges are typically used to make marmalade?
Name one of the items added to toffee to make it into honeycomb?
What is a Smörgåsbord?
Is Paella rice long or short grain?
Where does the dish Pörkölt originate?
From which animal does Italian pancetta come from?
Polish placki and Lithuanian cepeliani are pancakes made from which vegetable?
Middle Eastern fried balls of mashed chickpeas and spices, what are we talking about?
Sugar heated with butter to the hard crack stage, what are we talking about?
Chicken breast stuffed with garlic butter and coated in breadcrumbs then fried, what are we talking about?
A crisp biscuit baked in a knot and studded with salt crystals, what are we talking about?
A hot dog, coated in a batter of maize-flour and fried on a stick, what is it?
A chewy Italian sweet made from sugar and/or honey with whole almonds and whipped egg white, what are we talking about?
A dessert of coffee-soaked sponge topped with eggs, sugar and mascarpone cheese with cocoa on top, name the dessert
Lemon juice, butter, sugar and eggs cooked together and thickened into a spread, name the dish
A cocktail of vodka, cranberry juice, triple sec and lime juicem name the dish
Two thin round dark brown biscuits with a white sweet filling, name the dish
Which kind of breadcrumbs are used in Japanese dishes such as Katsu Curry?
Bird’s nests used in Chinese soup are the nests of which bird?
Borscht soup is made with which vegetable?
What is the main ingredient of Tarka Dahl?
Bred in the USA, what is the world’s hottest chilli at 1,569,300 Scoville Heat Units?
Which part of the lotus flower is frequently used in Asian cookery?
What is the fat content of kangaroo meat? Is it 2%, 5% or 8%?
Pad Thai is a dish made of which of these elements - squash, noodles, rice or tapioca?
Which country produces the most oranges worldwide?
Which American President caused a stir with farmers by saying he didn’t like broccoli?
A chimichanga is a deep fried what?
What is the national dish of South Africa?
Preserved lemons are popular in Morocco, how are they preserved?
Piri Piri (or peri peri), is Swahili for what?
Which is the most expensive nut in the world?
What drink and is preferred by James Bond?
Which famous cook is Julie & Julia about?
Who wrote Chocolat which was made into a film starring Juliet Binoche?
Which fruit is a bad omen in The Godfather?
Julia Robert’s character in Pretty Woman has trouble eating which food in an upmarket restaurant?
Which country was Babette’s Feast from?
Who is Ratatouille from the film of the same name?
In Soylent Green, the dystopian 1973 film, Soylent Green is wafer made from what?
In the 2004 film Super Size Me, Morgan Spurlock eats where 3 times every day for a month?
Diner was whose debut film as both writer and director?
What’s mystic about the film Mystic Pizza?
In Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, what’s the name of the obese boy who falls in a chocolate lake?
In what film does someone plan a meal of liver, fava beans and chianti?
Which sweet did Caractacus Potts create in Chitty, Chitty, Bang, Bang?
What kind of tomatoes do they serve at the Whistle Stop Café?
Which spice provides the main flavouring and colouring of goulash?
Mace grows around the outside of which other spice?
Which part of a turmeric plant is dried and used in Indian cooking?
What is the main flavour of caraway seeds?
Which is the most expensive spice in the world by weight?
Fleur de Sel comes from which country?
What flavour is star anise used in Chinese cooking?
What flower can be a constituent of Herbes de Provence?
Salvia Officinalis is the Latin name for which herb?
Thomas Culpepper, 16th century herbalist and courtier of Henry VIII said smelling which herb too much would ‘breed a scorpion in the head’?
Which country is the only place to produce Kampot Pepper?
What is on the inside of a vanilla pod?
Cinnamon is the inner part of what?
Is Allspice a root, a berry, a seed or a flower?
In Simon and Garfunkel’s song Scarborough Fair, which herbs are named?
Piel de sapo, honeydew and sprite are varieties of which fruit?
What is unusual about the smell of Durian?
Quince makes which paste, served with cheese?
What power do Miracle Berries have?
What colour is the inside of a dragon fruit?
What is another name for a Chinese gooseberry?
Which US state do you associate with Key Lime Pie?
Which pear contains around 10% monounsaturated fat?
Which fruit juice is used to pickle ‘ceviche’?
What fruit flavours Earl Grey Tea?
A devil on horseback is what dried fruit, wrapped in bacon?
Opuntia is a genus of cacti which produces which spiny fruit?
What fruit grows on a blackthorn bush?
UGLI is the trademark of Cabel Hall Citrus Ltd under which they sell their famous tangelo, but which three fruits is it hybridised from?
What is the traditional fruit in an Eton Mess?
Henry I apparently died after eating too many of which unusual fish?
What colour is a typical Maine lobster after it is cooked?
Beluga caviar is the roe or eggs of which fish?
Which fish can only be prepared by highly skilled chefs in Japan as much of it is poisonous?
A rollmop is usually what kind of fish?
In Ernest Hemmingway’s The Old Man and the Sea, which fish is the ‘big fish’
Which fish has both eyes on the same side of its face and is hippoglossus hippoglossus in Latin?
The bright parrotfish is native to three oceans- name two
Brown shrimp are native to Morecambe Bay in England, but how are they preserved?
The French call which silver-skinned member of the cod family ‘saumon blanc’?
Do salmon swim upstream or downstream?
Tilapia was farmed over 2 millennia ago in which African country?
Which fish can be yellowfin, bluefin or bullet?
How are most oysters eaten?
Which ‘healthy’ fatty acid is found in many fish?
In A Christmas Carol, what does Scrooge buy for the Cratchits at the end?
What is Winnie the Pooh’s favourite food?
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory features which kind of gobstopper?
Which fruit is the first name of a character created by Mark Twain?
In Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Alice grows after eating what, marked “eat me”?
Joanne Harris wrote a book about what kind of wine?
In the Harry Potter books, what is the name for the warming drink sold in Hogsmeade?
In the Dr Seuss book, what colour are the eggs?
In The Catcher in the Rye, Holden Caulfield goes to a drugstore and buys what kind of sandwich?
Which book may contain roasted fox, owl ice-cream and scrambled snake?
In The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe what does the Snow Queen enchant Edmund with?
Laura Childs writes which series of books based in Charleston, Georgia?
Which famous Italian actress said, ‘Everything you see I owe to spaghetti.’?
Which nuts are used in the creation of marzipan?
From what type of pastry are profiteroles made?
How do Glamorgan sausages differ from most other sausages?
What is the name given to the salad made from mayonnaise, apple. celery and walnuts and traditionally served on lettuce as an appetizer?
Where is the only place within the UK that you can buy Veda Bread?
Which popular Mediterranean dish has Aubergines as its main ingredient?
What alcoholic drink is made from the Agave cactus?
Which drink has the least calories?
True or false – In the nineteenth century Ketchup was sold as a medicine.
What is the name of a traditional Korean side that has fermented Nappa cabbage as the key ingredient?
A UK-based bakery chain has released a vegan sausage roll in January, 2019, The product was selling out and has been received as a massive success in the market. What is the name of this bakery chain?
What is the most well-known national dish of Scotland?
What is the name of a Cypriot cheese that is normally served either fried or grilled?
What type of food is gyoza?
What is the name for small plates of bar snacks that originated in Spain and has now grown into a whole cuisine and full meal eating method of lots of small plates to share?
Goulash is a national dish of which country?
Yoghurt and cucumber are the key ingredients for which Greek dip?
Gouda cheese originates from which country?
What country hosts an annual guinea pig eating festival?
The prawn cocktail sauce is made up of three ingredients: Mayonnaise, Worcester sauce, and one more popular sauce.What is the third ingredient?
In the special Thanksgiving episode of friends, Rachel made a traditional English trifle, however, she included one truly unorthodox ingredient. What was that ingredient?
Marzipan is made predominantly with one type of nut. What is the name of that nut?
What sea creature are the calamari rings made of?
What is the main ingredient in the black pudding?
An affogato is an Italian dessert that is made of two ingredients - one of them is coffee. What is the second ingredient?
The national dish of Jamaica is Ackee paired up with what other ingredient?
What is the herb that normally serves as the main ingredient in Italian pesto sauce?
Mint sauce is traditionally served with what meat dishes?
Tripe is an ingredient commonly found in African cuisines as well as Philippines, Mexico, and many other countries. What is tripe?
In the cocktail Moscow mule, you will have ginger beer, lime juice, and what spirit?
How many calories does one liter of water contain?
Cuba is the origin country of one of the most popular cocktails in the world. What is the name of that cocktail?
Japanese sake is made of grain?
What does IPA stand for?
How many liters in a magnum of champagne?
What is the spirit used in making the traditional Brazilian cocktail Caipirinha?
What ingredient in the dirty martini makes it dirty?
If a sparkling wine bottle is marked “brut”, what does it mean?
If you happened to have Celiac disease, what is the element in food that you are allergic to?
The show series “Kitchen Nightmares” was hosted by a very famous, yet fairly crude and foul-mouthed chef. What is the name of this chef?
Tasseography is a process of telling the future using a food product. What is the product used in this process?
Brahma beer originates from which country?
The diet of giant pandas normally contains predominantly of one plant. What is the name of that plant?
Cartoon cat Garfield really loved one dish. What is that dish?
In which country would you find the Kopparberg brewery famous for its flavored ciders?
What is the name of the drink that has been advertised with the slogan “It gives you wings”?
Which bird lays the biggest eggs in the world?
“Galia”, “Snap” and “Cantaloupe” are the varieties of what fruit?
What is the name of the spice that is currently the most expensive spice by weight in the world?
Japanese horseradish, that is often used as a spicy condiment is mostly known by what name?
What Caribbean island is often referred to as the island of spice?
Paprika as a word comes from the Hungarian language. What is the famous paprika powder made from?
What flavor is the triple sec liquor?
Hollandaise sauce is commonly used on dishes like Eggs Benedict, Eggs Hemingway or Eggs Florentine. What gives this sauce its yellow color?
What part of the plant is cinnamon made of?
What do the Scoville rating measure?
Laurels were small wreaths that were worn as a crown in ancient times to symbolize victory, triumph, or honor. What spice were these normally made of?
Since medieval times it has been known that chewing on this spice will help you alleviate the pain of a toothache. What is this spice?
Ladyfinger is a well-known variety of biscuits, but also a variety of fruit. What fruit is that?
What is the name of the thinly layered pastry used to make baklava as well as some other Balkan dishes like Bulgarian Banitsa?
What is the alcohol traditionally used to set the Christmas pudding on fire?
What ingredient in the Soufflé makes it rise and gives it the fluffy texture?
In the center of Victoria sponge, you will find berry jam and what other ingredient?
The delicious Key Lime Pie is named after an area in Southern Florida. What is the name of that area?
What common ingredient in the baking of chewy goods like brownies can mashed banana replace?
What kind of cheese is used in the making of a classic Italian dessert tiramisu?
What is the name of a french custard dessert with a hard shell created by burning sugar?
What to pastries resulted in a blend called “cronut”?
2. Kiwi Fruit
3. A type of bread
6. Orange Juice
7. The Dutch
9. Sunny side up
11. Sugar cane
23. John Pemberton
25. ‘Fit’ or ‘proper’. ‘Kosher’ foods conform to strict Jewish dietary laws as laid down in the Old Testament.
26. 72 pints or 9 imperial gallons, which is equivalent to 10.8 US gallons.
27. A bodega.
28. En croute.
29. Horseradish sauce.
32. Spiced Ham.
33. Starbucks. He was the first-mate of the whale-ship Pequod, the ship in Moby Dick.
34. Top Shelf.
35. The Haggis.
36. Minus 18 degrees centigrade.
37. Soya beans.
41. It turns a milky-white colour.
42. Seville oranges
44. Fried or toasted bread
48. A pancake of fried grated potatoes
50. Spain 51. It is donkey Meat 52. Pine 53. Greece 54. Linz, Austria 55. Fortnum and Mason 56. Cabbage 57. Portugal 58. Seville 59. Vinegar and Bicarbonate of Soda 60. A Scandinavian cold buffet-style meal 61. Short 62. Hungary 63. Pig 64. Potato 65. Falafel 66. Toffee 67. Chicken Kiev 68. Pretzel 69. Corn Dog 70. Nougat / Turron 71. Tiramisu 72. Lemon Curd 73. Cosmopolitan Cocktail 74. Oreos 75. Panko 76. Swiflet 77. Beetroot 78. Lentils 79. Carolina Reaper 80. Root 81. 0.02 82. Noodles 83. Brazil 84. George Bush Sr 85. Burrito 86. Bobotie 87. They are stuffed with salt then stored in brine or water 88. Pepper Pepper 89. Macadamia 90. Martini (shaken not stirred) 91. Julia Child 92. Joanne Harris 93. Oranges 94. Escargots or snails 95. Denmark 96. A rat and aspiring chef 97. Humans 98. McDonalds 99. Barry Levinson 100. The place- Mystic, Connecticut 101. Augustus Gloop 102. The Silence of the Lambs 103. Toot Sweet 104. Fried green tomatoes 105. Paprika 106. Nutmeg 107. The root 108. Aniseed 109. Saffron 110. France 111. Liquorice 112. Lavender 113. Sage 114. Basil 115. Cambodia 116. Vanilla Seeds 117. A tree (it is part of the inner bark) 118. It is a berry – the unripe berry of Pimenta Dioica 119. Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme 120. Melon 121. It is foul-smelling, like rotting meat 122. Membrillo 123. They make sour food taste sweet 124. White (with black speckles of seeds) 125. Kiwi fruit 126. Florida 127. Avocado 128. Lime (or lemon) juice 129. Bergamot 130. A prune 131. Prickly pear 132. Sloes 133. Grapefruit (or pomelo), orange and tangerine 134. Strawberry 135. Lamprey 136. Red or orange 137. Sturgeon 138. Pufferfish or Fugu 139. Herring 140. Blue Marlin 141. Halibut 142. Atlantic, Pacific, Indian 143. Potted – boiled then stored in seasoned butter 144. Hake 145. Upstream, back to the place of their birth 146. Egypt (it’s a type of fish) 147. Tuna 148. Raw and from the shell 149. Omega 3 150. A Turkey 151. Honey 152. Everlasting 153. Huckleberry (Finn) 154. A cake 155. Blackberry 156. Butterbeer 157. Green (Green Eggs and Ham) 158. Swiss Cheese 159. The Gruffalo 160. Turkish Delight 161. The Tea Shop Mysteries
162. Sophia Loren 163. Almonds 164. Choux pastry 165. They contain no meat. They’re made from cheese, leeks and breadcrumbs. 166. A Waldorf Salad. 167. Northern Ireland. It is a small, caramel-colored malt loaf with a very soft consistency. 168. Moussaka. 169. Tequila. 170. Water – zero calories. 171. True. It was sold as a cure for nausea and diarrhoea.
172. Kimchi. 173. Greggs. It has Quorn filling instead of meat 174. Haggis. It is made of sheep lungs, heart, and liver mixed with oatmeal, onions, and spices. 175. Halloumi cheese. It is a semi-hard, unripened cheese made of a mixture of goats’ and sheep’s milk. 176. A dumpling. This type of dumpling originates from Japan 177. Tapas. 178. Hungary. 179. Tzatziki. 180. Netherlands. 181. Peru. 182. Ketchup. It is actually the source of the pink color of the final product. 183. Beef. 184. Almond. 185. Squid. 186. Blood. 187. Ice cream. 188. Saltfish. 189. Basil. 190. Lamb. 191. Stomach lining 192. Vodka. 193. Zero. 194. Mojito. 195. Rice. 196. Indian Pale Ale. 197. 1.5 Litres 198. Cachaca 199. Olive Brine 200. It means that the wine is very dry or unsweetened. 201. Gluten. 202. Gordon Ramsay 203. Tea leaves. It is an ancient practice of divination and fortune-telling. 204. Brasil 205. Bamboo 206. Lasagna 207. Sweden 208. Red bull 209. Ostrich. 210. Melon 211. Saffron 212. Wasabi. 213. Grenada 214. Red pepper 215. Orange 216. Egg yolk 217. Bark 218. Level of hotness of a chili pepper 219. Bay leaf. 220. Clove. 221. Banana. 222. Filo pastry 223. Brandy 224. The egg whites 225. Cream. 226. The Florida Keys 227. Egg. 228. Mascarpone. 229. Crème brûlée. 230. Donut and Croissant.
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What are some good food trivia questions?
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Ricotta Trivia is a Slack app that lets you play asynchronous quizzes, Ice-breakers and trivia contests with your team. With 35,000+ questions, 30+ categories, Ricotta Trivia brings your remote team closer, without leaving Slack. Let the co-worker fun and bonding begin!
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